ICANN has been sent another letter by the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party. However it still isn't on ICANN's correspondence page - I found it on the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party's site. The letter, which was signed by all 28 members and represents the legal position of all 28 member states of the European Union, is diplomatic, but pretty clear. Short … [Read more...] about Art. 29 Data Protection Working Party To ICANN – Maybe You’re Hard Of Hearing?
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It's not often that I get to write about Irish companies investing in domain names, but apparently today is the day .. Silicon Republic and other outlets are reporting on the acquisition of teamwork.com by Cork company Digital Crew for €500k. They're quoting Digital Crew's Peter Coppinger on the timeline for the acquisition: “Negotiations took over two years … [Read more...] about Irish Company Invests 500k In Domain Name
Under the terms of the 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement registrars are obliged to conduct email verification both on new domain registrations and if there are any changes made to a domain's registration details. For those of us in the industry we suspected and feared that the changes could and would lead to issues and headaches. And it looks like it's already happened … [Read more...] about High Profile Sports Site Suspended Due To 2013 RAA
Pool has announced today another two wins in Europe. They've been contracted to handle the auctions for both .wien (Vienna the capital of Austria) and .tirol (Tyrol, which is a region in Austria). They previously announced they'd been selected by . شبكة.(dot Shabaka) and DNS Belgium for .brussels and .vlaanderen. The two Austrian "geo" TLDs will be among the earliest … [Read more...] about Pool Wins More Contracts In Europe
At this morning's first session at NamesCon in Las Vegas DotCEO's CEO unveiled their new marketing video. … [Read more...] about DotCEO Release New Marketing Video